John Bunyan

NOUN
  1. English preacher and author of an allegorical novel, Pilgrim's Progress (1628-1688)
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  • One lot is a collection of children's annuals, including first editions of Enid Blyton books and an 1870 copy of John Bunyan's Choice Works.
  • Regrettably, this means that the following people are dunces: the editorial board of the Oxford English Dictionary, John Milton [cited in OED], Charles Dickens [in Martin Chuzzlewit], and John Bunyan [in Pilgrim's Progress]. What’s the deal with further and farther? « Motivated Grammar
  • John Bunyan’s classic allegory, here in the old cradle of Puritanism, held semisacred status; to employ it ironically was tantamount to blasphemy. Mark Twain
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